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One in five Canadians think COVID-19 pandemic blown out of proportion: Poll

One in five Canadians think COVID-19 pandemic blown out of proportion: Poll

In a Leger poll conducted between Friday and Sunday, 16 per cent of respondents said the crisis was partly blown out of proportion and another four per cent believed it was blown way out of proportion
Kalen Schlatter found guilty of murder in killing of North Bay native Tess Richey

Kalen Schlatter found guilty of murder in killing of North Bay native Tess Richey

Jurors convicted Kalen Schlatter after three days of deliberation in a courthouse that was largely deserted due to precautions surrounding the novel coronavirus. The case was one of two jury trials allowed to proceed as Ontario's Superior Court wound down its operations
Ford says it's not realistic for Ontario schools to reopen April 6

Ford says it's not realistic for Ontario schools to reopen April 6

Earlier this month, Education Minister Stephen Lecce ordered the province's publicly funded elementary and secondary schools shuttered for two additional weeks following the break
Criminal, family trials on hold as Ontario court takes new steps on COVID-19

Criminal, family trials on hold as Ontario court takes new steps on COVID-19

The court, which handles the bulk of Ontario's criminal cases but does not have jury trials, announced today it is further reducing its operations during the public health crisis
Coursework could continue even if Ontario schools don't reopen: minister

Coursework could continue even if Ontario schools don't reopen: minister

The announcement builds on previous news that the province had launched an online learning portal aimed at preventing students from falling behind during the two-week school closure that follows March break
March break is over, but Ontario students are still out of class

March break is over, but Ontario students are still out of class

He issued an open letter last night saying that the government is looking at ways to keep coursework going if the COVID-19 pandemic prevents classes from resuming on April 6 as planned
<updated>Watch:</updated> Trudeau to provide another briefing to nation as COVID-19 threat escalates

Watch: Trudeau to provide another briefing to nation as COVID-19 threat escalates

Live stream set to begin Sunday at 11:15 a.m.
NewsAlert: Northwest Territories reports first case of COVID-19 in the North

NewsAlert: Northwest Territories reports first case of COVID-19 in the North

The individual had traveled to British Columbia and Alberta before returning to Yellowknife
Third person dies of COVID-19 in Ontario local health unit confirms

Third person dies of COVID-19 in Ontario local health unit confirms

He had been in close contact with the man who was the province's first COVID-19 related death
No concrete evidence ibuprofen makes COVID-19 worse: health experts

No concrete evidence ibuprofen makes COVID-19 worse: health experts

TORONTO — Canadian health officials are trying to calm fears that anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen can worsen COVID-19 symptoms by stressing the lack of concrete evidence.